JUPITER’S MOON REVIEW: A Mind-Bending Film About A Boy Who Can Fly

From Hungary, the indie science fiction film Jupiter’s Moon follows the story of Aryan, a Syrian refugee played by Zsombor Jéger who is shot to death but doesn’t die and instead discovers he has the incredible power of flight. The indie film, also produced via France and Germany, won Best Film at STIGES and best… Continue reading JUPITER’S MOON REVIEW: A Mind-Bending Film About A Boy Who Can Fly

Review: WELCOME TO MARWEN Is Sweet But Shallow

Welcome To Marwen hits theaters this weekend, and it’s a very sweet, heartwarming story, but also one that needed to dig deeper. Directed by Robert Zemeckis and based on a true story, it’s the story of Mark Hogancamp (Steve Carell), the victim of a brutal hate crime. After the beating leaves him with PTSD and… Continue reading Review: WELCOME TO MARWEN Is Sweet But Shallow

Review: AQUAMAN Sinks Like A Rock

(L-r) JASON MOMOA as Aquaman and PATRICK WILSON as King Orm in Warner Bros. Pictures’ action adventure “AQUAMAN,” a Warner Bros. Pictures release. Photo courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures.

Aquaman is the newest entry in the DCEU (DC Extended Universe). The film is about Arthur Curry, the son of the Queen of Atlantis and a human lighthouse keeper, who must step up and claim his right to the throne to prevent a war between the underwater and surface worlds. This movie was more successful… Continue reading Review: AQUAMAN Sinks Like A Rock

Review: STEVEN UNIVERSE: LEGS FROM HERE TO HOMEWORLD Reveals The Last Diamond

The previous episode of Steven Universe left people on edge. Fans were left hanging for the rest of the summer and the entire fall without any new episodes. How does the series makes its return after such a long break? By making sure to keep the story going. Summary Steven works with Blue and Yellow… Continue reading Review: STEVEN UNIVERSE: LEGS FROM HERE TO HOMEWORLD Reveals The Last Diamond

Review: MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS Is The Historical FIFTY SHADES

Saoirse Ronan stars as Mary Stuart in MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS, a Focus Features release. Credit: Liam Daniel / Focus Features.

Mary Queen of Scots is a new film starring Saoirse Ronan (Lady Bird, Brooklyn) and Margot Robbie (I, Tonya, The Wolf of Wall Street). The movie tells the story of Mary Stuart as she attempts to overthrow her cousin Elizabeth I, the Queen of England. It debuted at the 2018 AFI Fest to positive reviews.… Continue reading Review: MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS Is The Historical FIFTY SHADES

Review: BEN IS BACK Is An Uneven Addiction Drama

Julia Roberts and Lucas Hedges in BEN IS BACK. Photo credit: Courtesy of LD Ent./Roadside Attractions.

Ben is Back is a new film written and directed by Peter Hedges featuring his son Lucas Hedges and co-star Julia Roberts. The movie is about a drug-addicted teenager who returns home for the holidays, causing conflict. It debuted at the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival to positive reviews. The first half of the film… Continue reading Review: BEN IS BACK Is An Uneven Addiction Drama

Review: ROMA Isn’t As Good As They Say

Roma is the newest film by director Alfonso Cuarón. It made a huge splash upon its debut at the Venice Film Festival and has been steadily gaining awards buzz ever since. It is inspired by Cuarón’s childhood, chronicling a year in the life of a maid to an upper-class family in Mexico City in the… Continue reading Review: ROMA Isn’t As Good As They Say

Review: VOLTRON: LEGENDARY DEFENDER Season 8 Is Powerful

After eight season and 78 episodes, the Netflix original series Voltron: Legendary Defender has come to an end. The series has been filled with twists and turns, ups and downs, and has kept the fans on edge time after time. Will the show land the ending or will it crash and burn at the finish… Continue reading Review: VOLTRON: LEGENDARY DEFENDER Season 8 Is Powerful

Review: JOJO’S BIZARRE ADVENTURE: GOLDEN WIND Episode 10-11

The new arc of Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind continues to focus on Narancia as he goes for errands only to be caught by the enemy. Does the series continue to entertain or is too much Narancia get annoying fast? Hitman Team Summary Narancia pulls out all the stops as he fights against the effects… Continue reading Review: JOJO’S BIZARRE ADVENTURE: GOLDEN WIND Episode 10-11

Five Amazing Films From 2018 That Deserve An Oscar Nomination

As the 91st Academy Awards draw closer, the possibility of smaller films being overlooked is always an upsetting realization. The reasoning will always vary, but regardless of why, it is crucial to recognize these films prior to the nominations. With that being said, here are a few of the many gems of 2018 that deserve… Continue reading Five Amazing Films From 2018 That Deserve An Oscar Nomination

Review: THE MULE Doesn’t Deliver In Full

CLINT EASTWOOD as Earl Stone in Warner Bros. Pictures', Imperative Entertainment's and BRON Creative's "The Mule," a Warner Bros. Pictures release. Courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures.

The Mule is the newest film from actor-director Clint Eastwood (Gran Torino). It is about a 90 year-old man who becomes one of the most successful mules for a drug cartel so that he can achieve financial security and reconcile with his family. It is inspired by a true story. The story of this movie… Continue reading Review: THE MULE Doesn’t Deliver In Full

REVIEW: ‘MARVEL’S RUNAWAYS’ Zigzags Through Season Two

From left: Gregg Sulkin, Allegra Acosta, Rhenzy Feliz, Ariela Barer, Virginia Gardner, and Lyrica Okano (copyright Hulu)

THIS IS A SPOILER-FREE REVIEW OF MARVEL’S RUNAWAYS, SEASON TWO. YOU CAN WATCH THE FULL SEASON WHEN IT AIRS IN ITS ENTIRETY ON FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21ST. Marvel’s Runaways returns to Hulu with its second season. The new season puts the fledgeling team on the ropes, as they take on The Pride. Runaways ups the ante in a big… Continue reading REVIEW: ‘MARVEL’S RUNAWAYS’ Zigzags Through Season Two

Review: THE DAWN WALL Sets Its Sights High

The Dawn Wall is a new documentary, one of two about rock climbing in Yosemite (the other being Free Solo). This film follows climbers climbers Tommy Caldwell and Kevin Jorgeson as they attempt to free climb the seemingly impossible Dawn Wall of El Capitan in Yosemite. It has been nominated for the PGA Award for… Continue reading Review: THE DAWN WALL Sets Its Sights High

Review: ASHER Doesn’t Pack Enough Bang For Its Buck

Ron Perlman as Asher in ͞ASHER͟ a film by Momentum Pictures. Photo courtesy of Momentum Pictures.

Asher is a new film directed by Michael Caton-Jones and starring Ron Perlman. The movie is about an aging hitman (Perlman) who falls in love with a woman while fulfilling a contract. However, when one of his jobs goes wrong, he must take action because of his newfound love. The film’s biggest issue is in… Continue reading Review: ASHER Doesn’t Pack Enough Bang For Its Buck

NEO YOKIO: PINK CHRISTMAS Is A Lump Of Coal

Despite previous warnings, someone decided more Neo Yokio would be a good idea. So, here we are, with holiday special and the talk of complete second season of the way. Does the holiday special make up for the faults in the first season? Summary Kaz finds himself having to deal with demons, family feuds, and… Continue reading NEO YOKIO: PINK CHRISTMAS Is A Lump Of Coal

‘SPIDER-MAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE’ Podcast Review

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Should you believe the hype when it comes to the latest Spider-Man adventure? In the latest episode of Kieran’s Movie Space, host and Marvel fanboy Kieran Mclean review one of the most anticipated superhero movies of the year, Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse? Will audiences fall in love with Miles Morales? Is the voice cast as great as it looks? Is this… Continue reading ‘SPIDER-MAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE’ Podcast Review

‘AQUAMAN’ Podcast Review: An Outrageously Good Time!

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Does the latest instalment of the DC Extended Universe sink or swim? In the latest episode of Kieran’s Movie Space, host and super-nerd Kieran Mclean delivers his spoiler-free review of James Wan’s swashbuckling new superhero movie, Aquaman. Is this the win Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment needed? Is Jason Momoa’s surfer-dude version of Aquaman a fun and relatable hero? Listen… Continue reading ‘AQUAMAN’ Podcast Review: An Outrageously Good Time!

OUTLANDER – Reviewing “Savages” & “Blood of My Blood”

“For ignorance!”

The sixth episode of OUTLANDER’s fourth season aired on STARZ on Sunday. “Blood of My Blood” continued the show’s exploration of the tensions between European colonists and the Indigenous population in North Carolina. Last week, “Savages” highlighted how tentative and delicate any kind of peace was between these two communities. Fear leads to misunderstanding, and… Continue reading OUTLANDER – Reviewing “Savages” & “Blood of My Blood”

Review: CHILLING ADVENTURES OF SABRINA: A MIDWINTER’S TALE Is Not Messing Around

CHILLING ADVENTURES OF SABRINA

The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: A Midwinter’s Tale hits Netflix on December 14, and Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa is not messing around when it comes to putting the horror in your holiday cheer. A Midwinter’s Tale is dark, horrifying, and defiles everything that is good with the holiday season. As a father of three kids under the… Continue reading Review: CHILLING ADVENTURES OF SABRINA: A MIDWINTER’S TALE Is Not Messing Around

Review: DOCTOR WHO “The Battle of Ranskoor Av Kolos” – Great Concepts Wasted

The Eleventh Season of Doctor Who has now come to conclusion, offering decent episodes and some stinkers. “The Battle of Ranskoor Av Kolos” has the task to conclude the season and tie up some lingering plot threads. On a distant planet a pair of physic aliens attempt to create a floating tower just as their ‘creator’ arrives. 3,704 years later the Doctor answers a distress… Continue reading Review: DOCTOR WHO “The Battle of Ranskoor Av Kolos” – Great Concepts Wasted